The objectives of the research are to be able to access views of different groups on the issue as well as on the beliefs of David Koresh and his followers. The social context that deals with the logic of the government during that time specifically the fact that no individuals or organizations have the intent for arsenal and harm of terror and destruction to the people, is also one of the main constraints in the study undertaken and presented. In addition, the analysis of the research revolves around the conflicts of the different parties that are involved specifically the government, members of the religious organization of David Koresh and the different agencies of the government that are involved in the crisis.
The event is composed of a siege on the 28th day of February in 1993. The said incident transpired due to the aim of the United States Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (ATF) to investigate the Branch Davidian ranch in Mount Carmel, Waco, Texas. The members of the group of the Davidians resisted the investigation. The authorities then found the need to pursue with other modes of action. The even then escalated to an exchange of gunshots. The result of the exchange of gunshots left four dead agents and six Davidians (Anthony & Robbins, 1997).
The said event that was considered as the firs...
From the prior event, the siege had been undertaken through April 19. The fire that concluded the attack killed sixty-six people and destroyed the compound. Included in the victims were 21 children and 2 pregnant women as well as the leader of the Davidian group Vernon Wayne Howell who is popularly known as David Koresh. The whole event is what had been known as the Waco Siege (Anthony & Robbins, 1997).
The Waco Crisis can be considered as one of the most important examples that can be sited in terms of conflict analysis. To be able to determine and analyze the situation it is important to consider different background information related to the Waco City and the event.
A. The History of the Davidians in the Waco City
The main focus is related to the Branch Davidian Seventh Day Adventist Church which was led by David Koresh. The said group had been established in 1930 in Los Angeles, California which is a group that separated from the Seventh Day Adventist. The site located in the Waco City has been chosen due to the significance of Mount Carmel in the Bible. The main structure that housed the group is composed of a wooden edifice that functions for the different needs of the group such as administrative and storage (Anthony & Robbins, 1997; The Columbia Encyclopedia, 2004).
The group is living in the area on the belief that the apocalypse is about to take place and for that matter they are getting themselves ready. Basically that time, those who had not establish a home in the area stayed on temporary shelters and even different forms of vehicles. The properties that the member owned are sold prior to the believed apocalypse.
The background of the Waco City can be considered essential in the determination of the events that had